I'm really not concerned about what it will / wont have. Apple knows what it has to do in-order to stay a industry leader, especially in the market it pretty much single-handedly made. They somewhat dropped the ball last fall with the iPods not receiving a CPU upgrade, which helped a decline in sales of that product line. I'm sure they won't make the same mistake with iPads, since there's alot of very strong competition that's starting to chew away at Apples tablet dominance, namely Kindle fire and Galaxy tab. Other tablet makers are finally starting to catch up, and this year they will definitely be on par quality wise, and performance wise, of iPad 2, so I doubt Apple will allow the iPad to roll over another year without a decent bump in horsepower. While I believe the iPad's current screen has been more than adequate for the past 2 years, it's starting to show it's age, especially considering that the iPad can't even properly display 720p content, while android tabs can. Either way, I love the competition! It's finally bringing amazing portable computing that I always wished I had when I was younger. It's even more crazy that with all these new devices coming out, and at a relativity cheap price, it drives the older generations downwards even further, Which means we should see 1st gen iPads for $150-$200, which is ridiculous since it's just as fast today as it was when they first came out, and that's perfectly fine for checking Facebook, craigslist, eBay, general web browsing, light gaming and chat.